Framed by majestic-looking early 19th-century buildings, this park (also known as Parque Jose Martí) dates back to 1903. ... More
Framed by majestic-looking early 19th-century buildings, this park (also known as Parque Jose Martí) dates back to 1903. It is a large park surrounded by some of Old Havana's finest restaurants and hotels, including the hotels Sevilla, Plaza and Inglaterra. There are many exotic trees and royal palms in a well-landscaped garden environment. Well lit and quite safe, many people come to sit and relax with friends, while enjoying a drink and listening to the music that drifts over from the local clubs and nearby theater.
Although it begins in the old quarter, the Malecón is, above all, the face of 1950s Havana; a city striving
to match the great capitals of America. Whether in the bay area, with a view of the Castillo de ...
This square is located in the city centre close to Havana Cathedral and the sea. Surrounded by plants, it is
lined on all sides by marble benches. Curiously, the numerous lamps that light the square are not powered by ...
This gallery, found to one side of the Plaza de Armas , is set apart from the Ruben Martínez Villena
Public Library, although it is under the same administration. Formed by arcades and glass panels, it is considered to ...
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